Lenovo States A6000 Is Out Of Stock Not Discontinued

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    News has surfaced just after when Lenovo launched the successor to the A6000, the Lenovo A7000 smartphone in India, that its discontinuing its A6000 sales in India.

    Lenovo A6000 Is Out Of Stock Not Discontinued

    Especially it went wild soon after it was listed ‘permanently discontinued' on Flipkart. But after some time, Lenovo says "A6000 smartphone not discontinued" in India. More details on this speculation can be caught after this break.

    Now with a clarification by Lenovo India, confirms it's not going to discontinue Lenovo A6000 sales, rather its stocks will be replenished soon. And an email response confirms that, and in that Lenovo India said, The Lenovo A6000 has not been permanently discounted in India as of now."

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    However, the company without revealing a release time-frame has confirmed that the Lenovo's A6000 smartphone will be filled with stock soon citing huge consumer response.

    "We are working towards getting additional units of A6000 to meet the overwhelming consumer demand. After the last flash sale, which was around 10 days back we have still been getting more demands for the smartphone which was not anticipated. As the products are out of stock at the moment, we are trying our best to procure more devices to meet the requirement."

    Lenovo A6000 Is Out Of Stock Not Discontinued

    Although, the move went on a surprise for many customers as the Lenovo A6000 was made available in India from January at Rs 6,999 and the biggest competitor to the likes of Xiaomi Redmi 2, and some other budget friendly smartphones on sale right now.

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    While it was also said that the A6000 smartphone from Lenovo has already made its way selling 3 lakh phones till now through flash sales.


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